When Drew and Kellie are practicing in the loading dock, the scanner is no longer present, as it was when Drew got Oswald the job at Neverendingstore.
Why is Kellie so reluctant to sing karaoke, since we learned in "Drew and the Life-Size Jim Thome Cutout" that she had sung at a bar earlier that night before the cutout incident? (She must not have been very good at it though, because Lewis says, "It sounded like a young Streisand...a very young Streisand...an infant Streisand...with a pantload!")
It seems odd that Drew is suddenly nervous in front of cameras. In episode 5x09 Drew Cam, Drew had Winfred-Louder webcams in his house for several weeks and he did not seem to have a problem.
The C++ Drew is learning from is The Design and Evolution of C++, which while a good book, is not a book that one learns C++ from. It's more of a history book on how C++ developed into what it is today.
Larry reappears to help Drew. His character abruptly disappeared after season four so Ian Gomez could be a regular on Norm and a featured actor on Felicity. Wouldn't Drew like to know what Larry has been up to, or if he's still in touch with Mrs. Louder?
During the fantasy scene (song), many things in the office are out of place.
When Beulah arrives at Drew's house to meet his fiancé, she is surprised that he doesn't have one yet. However, two minutes later in the same scene, she mentions that she's hooked him up on a date.
Based on what Oswald and Mr. Jericho said, Oswald purchased Mr. Jericho's services on eBay. His services would not have been allowed to be available for purchase on the site, as it, along with almost any other service involving physical contact, is strictly forbidden.
As another viewer pointed out, Mimi had to go through channels to have her previous marriage (two weeks to Eddie Money, 20 years earlier) annulled in the episode "Drew's Stomachache" in order for her marriage to Steve to be recognized by the Catholic church.
Kirk and Kate have a Catholic wedding, but in real life, there is no way a Catholic wedding would have been able to happen after knowing someone for two weeks because of all the premarital counseling required by the religion. Things would have been even more complicated since Kirk is a divorcee.
Oswald and Lewis mention that Drew must be having difficulties while being unemployed. Drew having "car payments... house payments" are mentioned specifically. Drew actually does not have car payments, as the car was a gift from Oswald, Lewis and Kate in an earlier season (Drew's New Car).
The bird that was used in the episode was not, actually, a bald eagle. It was an african fish-eagle.
When Drew was showing Kathy his photo album, he mentions that he met the Blue Man Group. This was a reference to the episode "Drew Live III," in which the Blue Man Group guest-starred.
This episode marks yet another time where Drew has defended himself in court; other examples being Season 1's cartoon courtcase, Season 3 "The Dog and Pony Show" and Season 5 "The Gang Law." Just to name a few.
In the ending credits, Marion Ross and June Lockheart compare their character mothering with old sitcom mothering. Marion Ross was on Happy Days, and June Lockhart was on Lassie. They are saying they could not live up to their younger selves.
The list of website visitors switches position between shots. You can see the name "Margarita Kirpatrick" appear when Mrs. Wick says "Nigel," but when we see the screen again, the name rolls up again.
Kate has a "new stepmother" in this episode, which means that her father would have to be alive. Although no one had ever directly said that her father was dead, this seemed to be implied in many episodes:
In "Drew and Kate and Kate's Mom", Mrs. O'Brien--while trying to get Kate to go for Drew--says, "Your father was my best friend, and we were very happy." Considering how worried she was about Kate getting hurt by men, it is unlikely that she would advise her to follow the same course of action if her own marriage had ended in a bitter divorce. Thus, it seemed more likely that her husband had died.
In "Drew Gets Married", Kate gives her father's wedding band to Drew to use for appearances when the child welfare agent is around. Her dad could have just given it to her after a divorce, but it seemed more like something that would be left behind after death.
Finally, in "The Wedding Dress", while explaining his desire to try to pay for Kate's dress, Drew says, "If her father was still around, he would have figured out a way to pay for it...but he's not." If he was still alive and--as devoted to his daughter as Drew made him sound--then why wasn't he around to help pay for it (or to walk her down the aisle in the next episode)? (Ed. note: This is just a theory, so don't rip my head off if I'm wrong. After all, they're called nitpicks for a reason.)
Lewis states that the longest relationship he's had has been two weeks. However, he dated Pinky for much of season 3.
It looks like Drew and Mimi needed their canes to be able to walk, but when they had their "sword fight" with the canes, they could jump around like they didn't even need them at all.
If the journal was written when Drew was in high school (as Lewis states), then there should not be entries from 1972. In the flashbacks in "Be Drew to Your School," the gang was shown to be in high school from 1975 to 1979. In this episode, Oswald says that he is 42; if the characters were in high school in 1972, they would have to be at least 45.